International Film Crawl: “Pale Blue Dot”
This is the most conceptual film series of our 2017 International Film Crawl, addressing the natural environment, the imposition of borders, migrations (human and otherwise), and exploration of the earth and beyond. “Pale Blue Dot” progresses from the intimacy of literal motherhood to the embrace of Mother Earth, to the cold depths of space. Read more about the program in the curator’s notes.
Free and open to the public. Screening in the Annex of St. Elizabeth’s Church.
Films in this series
- TADA (Before Now)
- Flock of Stars
- The Forgotten Plain
- Jegues (Donkey)
- Deux Rives (Two Shores)
- Alabora (Updside Down)
- RINGO ROCKET STAR and his song for Yuri Gagarin
- Milo-n The Moon
- They Will All Die In Space
- For Our Cockroaches
- To Future Generations (Den Nachgeborenen)